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- Midwest Chemical Safety offers a number of prepared workshops to meet your organization's training needs:
- Effective Chemical Safety Management for the Chemical Hygiene Officer: A Risk-Based Perspective:
This workshop is designed for those responsible for chemical safety in their workplace. After an initial introduction to the Laboratory Standard and Chemical Hygiene Plans, we will cover introductory toxicology, foundational laboratory chemical hood evaluation, standard operating procedure development and the importance of waste management. We then move deep discussion of hazard and risk. Then, using a variety risk management tools such as the LabRAT and "What-if," we evaluate common research tasks and scientific field work. The day is wrapped up with a session of "Ask Dr. Safety" so that participants can get their EH&S questions answered before they leave.
- Research Without Rules: Process Safety Management for Research and Small-Scale Chemical Processes:
This workshop is a follow-on workshop to Effective Chemical Safety Management. With a firm foundation of a Chemical Hygiene Plan already in place, Research Without Rules expands risk management foundations by applying the principles found in OSHAs Process Safety Management Standard to the research and small-scale chemical processing environment (such as scale-up and pilot plant operations). We then introduce and use four risk assessment tools (LabRAT, LabHAZOP, LabFMEA and What-if) to a number of common research, scale-up and pilot plant scenarios. We will thoroughly cover change management and what change management looks like in a research environment.
- Chemical Reactivity Hazards: Laboratory Scale Recognition and Control:
Chemical reactivity hazards contribute to a significant number of incidents in laboratories and pilot plants. This workshop will provide participants with the knowledge and skill to screen processes for potential hazards, recognize when reactive hazards are present, and implement appropriate controls to reduce the risk of an incident associated with the hazards. Workshop attendees will review case studies of actual incidents and do screening examples in order to understand the screening and recognition process. Group discussions of control methods will allow participants to share their experiences and to evaluate methods for controlling reactivity risks.
- Midwest Chemical Safety will also produce a custom-designed training package to be presented at your organization. Contact us for more information!
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